Platea, the new gastronomic temple in Madrid

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Platea Madrid has just opened its doors at the old cinema Carlos III, right in Calle Goya, just in front of Plaza de Colon in Madrid. Their goal is to offer fine cuisine at affordable prices in a incredible and unique gastronomy space.

In the food court, there are three stars of the gastronomy: Mark Moran, Paco Roncero and Pepe Solla, with their best ideas materialized in five areas: La Batea, Castizo and A Mordisco with a philosophy of casual dining and a special nod to the cap. Entrecortes and De Cuchara are focused on traditional stews and deepening the roots of the kitchen of today and always.

On the upper floor, we find find Ramón Freixá's restaurant "Arriba", a space with a bistro air and a menu where raw materials have been carefully chosen.

There is also an interesting sensory journey of four large kitchens: Mexican Besos de Sal, by Alex de la Fuente; Shikku, the best version of Japanese cuisine, by Rafael Sánchez; Fortino, by Ranieri Casalini, with the best Italian recipes; and Kinua, Peruvian proposal by Kiko Zeballos.

And for dessert, Mama Framboise, an exquisite space decorated by Dorin & Coppel artisans working with best-pastry chef Alejandro Montes.

Cocktail

The beer is presented through a themed bar. The cocktail, by bartenders as Anastasio Diego Cabrera and Luca, three bars in which to enjoy the best wines and spirits: El Foso, a fun choice, pitcher cocktails, sangria, or Agua de Valencia in half or whole Steins; El Patio for those looking for something more exotic, a round the world via the cocktails, flavors and cultures; and Palco, the most sophisticated, located on the second floor with views of the entire premises.

Platea also offers a space for kitchen utensils, deli market, deli and fruit, a multipurpose room with kitchen and private dining room, pickles, Iberian, cheeses and more.

Platea Madrid

http://plateamadrid.com/

Opening hours: General Platea
Sunday to Wednesday: 12:00 - 00:30
Thursday to Saturday and: 12:00 - 02:30
Address: Calle Goya, 5-7, Madrid